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An off-duty Chicago police officer fired on a SUV Saturday night after it sped toward him following a minor traffic crash, police said. The driver was not injured and fled his vehicle on foot following the incident, which happened shortly before 10 p....
The Chicago Children's Theatre is to stage its entire 2012-13 season at the Ruth Page Theatre on Chicago's Near North Side, the company announced Wednesday morning. Shows slated for the new residency include a new musical version of the much-beloved...
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Tribune reporterA 38-year-old man was shot three times inside his car early Sunday morning on the Southeast Side and died in his front seat, according to police. Police responded to a shots-fired call about 3 a.m. and found the man in his car with the window down in the...
Tribune reportersMore than 50 people gathered at a vigil Friday night to share stories and pay homage to Neill Townsend, a bicyclist who was killed earlier in the day by a truck after he swerved his bike to avoid a car door. Under a street light just off of Wells and Oak...
Special to the TribuneLaurel Bellows began her career as a trial attorney 37 years ago, showing up at her first job ready to meet her new corporate clients. But her boss, who would later become her husband, gave her a different assignment, one that laid the groundwork for...
Terry Callier, a singer-songwriter who captivated a cult following with his quietly hypnotic baritone voice and hard-to-classify music that combined elements of folk, blues and jazz, died of cancer Oct. 27 at a hospital in Chicago. He was 67. Callier...
Tribune reporterA Chicago man chased down by a trio of bystanders Saturday after allegedly snatching a woman's purse on the Near North Side was ordered held on $500,000 bond today. Richard D. Mendoza, 31, of the 1600 block of North Talman Avenue, was given that bond by...
Tribune reporterNo injuries were reported when a car caught fire in a lower-level parking garage of a nursing home on the Near North Side, officials said. The fire started shortly before 8:30 a.m. at the nine-story building at 66 W. Oak Street, according to fire...
Tribune reporterA 19-year-old man was shot behind the ear Friday night in a church parking lot on the West Side, police said, one of at least seven people shot since about 7:40 p.m. The bullet came out of his neck and the man is still alive, police said. Police taped...
Clout StreetA City Council committee today signed off on 21 locations where food trucks will be able to park on a regular basis, but two others didn’t make the cut. The ordinance making food trucks legal requires that at least 30 “food truck stands&...
When going out to a restaurant, most people don't think twice about how the food might adversely affect their bodies. However, those living with celiac disease and other gluten-related disorders must remain on constant alert. Rose O'Carroll, owner of...
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